UNDr.RCLASSMEN .... 49
'I wo roads diverged in a wood, and I —
[ took the one less traveled by
And that has made all the difference.
— Robert Frost
This Yearbook is dedicated to Mr.
Vincent J. Gallucci.
Throughout our senior years Mr. Gal-
lucci has helped us in innumerable ways.
He worked extra hours to place us in
colleges, and at the same time he found
the energy to participate in field trips,
to assist with the book fair, and to
make his own office the base for this
His patient diligence has endeared
him to us, and in appreciation of his
endeavors we dedicate the 1967 Ship-
builder to him.
MR. RICHARD HAMILTON
MR. VINCENT GALLUCCI
MR. PETER KAPOLKA MRS. MIRIAM ZUNDELL
Standing, left to right: Mr. Robert Gardner — Psychology, Reading, English; Mr. Bradford Robinson — English; Mr. James Miller —
Speech, English. Seated, left to right: Miss Melinda Ponder — English; Miss Harriet Elwood — English; Miss Juanita Blinn — English;
Mr. Albert Zarrella — English.
The English Department, headed by Mr. Robinson, has broad-
ened in both curriculum and extra-curricular activities. The Ad-
vanced Placement sections in grades ten through twelve enable pro-
ficient students to prepare for more accelerated college courses. The
department also includes speech, drama, and journalism. Field
trips to cultural events increase our appreciation of the Arts.
The library is an important tool for the student.
Students make use of the quiet facilities for study.
Left to fight: Mr. Richard Mandile — French; Miss Juanita
Latin; absent: Miss Mitzi Gerrish — German.
Our language program offers four years of Germ
of French, and three years of Latin. The language 1
its drill tapes makes possible both classroom and
tice. Each course keeps its students up-to-date with
by the use of foreign publications. There are also
Ecoutez et repetez
The Social Studies Depart-
ment offers a four year pro-
gram including World History,
U.S. History, and Economics.
The interested students may
then culminate their study by
taking a seminar type course in
Problems of Democracy. The
department also sponsors the
student exchange program be-
tween Norwell and another
What happened in Philadelphia in 1776.''
Standing, left to right: Mr. F. David Stephansky— Social studies, Psychology; Mr. William Gerety— Social Studies; Miss Sarah
Kennett — Social Studies; Mr. Bruce Marshman — Social Studies.
Left to right: Mrs. Regina Paradise — Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Advanced Math; Mr. John Lucy — Algebra I, Geometry,
Algebra II; Miss Janice Hall — Consumer Math, General Math, Algebra I; Miss Virginia Howarth — Algebra I, Algebra II, Geom-
etry, Math 40.
The Math Department offers a course of increasing complexity ranging from general math to functions and
their graphs. The course aims to give all students a basic understanding of math principles and to adapt itself to the
demands of accelerated students.
It is all very simple if you use a computer! The tycoon of Algebra II.
Left, front to hack: Mr. Allan Webber— Freshman Science, Biology; Mr. Leslie Mumford — Algebra I, Chemistry, Geometry. Right,
front to back: Miss Janice Hall — Freshman Science, Math; Mr. Francis DiSabatino — Chemistry, Physics, Freshman Science; Mr. Da-
vid Ryan — Biology.
Norwell High School's Sci-
ence Department is expanding
rapidly to keep pace with the
advancing field. Freshmen are
brought in contact with chem-
istry and lab procedures. Soph-
omores get a look at life pro-
cesses through the biology pro-
gram. Juniors advance their
knowledge in chemistry, and
the four year program is con-
summated with the new PSSC
physics. All classes are kept
up-to-date with new audio-vis-
ual materials and equipment.
Thus, the science student is
able to keep pace with the
technological advances of his
Easy does it!
Lejt to right: Mr. Timothy Shannon — Typing, Law, Bookkeeping I & II; Mrs. Catherine Martin — Office Practice, Short-
hand, Transcript typing. Psychology; Mrs. Charlotte Goldberg — Introductory Business, Typing, Shorthand.
The Commercial Department offers courses for the student
taking either a business or a college program. After the basic
courses in typing, shorthand, and business math, the more inter-
ested students are encouraged to take courses in law, office prac-
tice and bookkeeping.
"Of course, Dennis, it is just as it says here on the chart."
MRS. MARY KNAPP
MR. FELIX DIXON
Left to right: Mrs. Barbara Schow, Mrs. Yolanda Ryan, Mrs.
Ruth Horgan, Mrs. Alma McKnight, Mrs. Rita Paskow
MRS. RUTH HORGAN
MISS CATHERINE ROWE
Lejt to right: Mr. Edward Lapham and Mr. Arthur Daneau
Left to right: D. Williams, B. Campbell, J. Beach, C. Johnson
9ENI0R CLA99 OFFICERS
PREQIDENT: CAROLYN J0HN90N
VICE-PRE9IDENT: JOHN BEACH
9ECRETARY: DENYCE WILLIAM9
TREA9URER: BONNIE CAMPBELL
LINCOLN SHERWOOD ADAMS
"Diplomacy is to do and say the nastiest
thing in the nicest way."
"Line" ... "Abraham" ... I can't stand
it ! ... trick knee . . . Pentucket transfer.
Basketball 1, 2, }, 4; Football 1. 2, 3; Track
2, }, 4; Baseball 1; Class V.P. 1, 2; Class
Pres. 3; Cross Country 4; Student Council
4; Key Club 3, 4; German Club 4; National
Athletic Scholarship Society; SHIPBUILDER.
CAROLINE HALLOWLlL ANDERSON
"Good words are worth much and cost
Hillside ... V.W. ... "Wheres Lise.>"
Future Teachers 3, 4; Chess Club 4; Field
Hockey 4; Tennis Club 4; Drama Club 4;
SUSAN DORENE ASPELUND
"In silence also therms a worth that brings
"Sue" ... "Where's Bonnie?" ... "no
starch in the shirt" ... Blue eyes ...
Field Hockey 1. 2. 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3,
4; Glee Club 1, 2; Softball 3; Future Teach-
ers 3, 4; SHIPBUILDER.
LYN JUDITH BARON
"There is a garden in her face, whc^e roses
and white lilies blow."
Loyal CVOer ... "Seen Frances?" ... Dave.
Softball 2; Foods Club 3; Glee Club 4; Com-
mercial Club 4; SHIPBUILDER.
JOHN ROBERT BARRY
"I've taken my jun where I've found it."
"Chocks" ... "Jonah" ... Hillside ... Fal-
cons GO . . . "Bear . . . "Where's Punky?"
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Wrestling
2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4 (Treas.); SHIPBUILDER.
JOHN ARNOLD BEACH
"The world belongs to the enthusiast who
"J.B." ... "Bullet" ... "I have no con-
trol over my hands."
Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Track 2, 3, 4; B.I.O.
3; Latin Club V.P. 3; Ship's Lor 3; Key Club 4;
Student Council V.P. 4; Senior Class V.P.; SHIP-
VIRGINIA RUTH BOIG
"There's nothing worth the wear of winning
but laughter and the love of friends."
'Jini,' not Virginia." ... Perpetual giggle ...
"Wait for me!"
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Softball 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 1, 2, 3, 4;
SHIPBUILDER Photography Co:head.
JUDITH ELLEN BRADEEN
"Enough work to do, and strength enough
to do the work."
"Hows the boat.>" ... Pete ... Vitality
plus . . . Rainbow girl.
Pep Squad 1, 2; Cheerleading 3, co-capt. 4;
Future Teachers 4; SHIPBUILDER,
BONNIE JEAN CAMPBELL
"Innocence has nothing to dread."
"Money Collector" ... That P.J. party
. . . Maine . . . Quiet type.
Field Hockey 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Foods
Club 3; Latin Club 3; Future Teachers 2, 3,
4; Drama Club 4; Student Council 2; Ship's
Log 2, 3; Class Treas. 3, 4; SHIPBUILDER.
GUY GEORGE CAPILLI
"Push-on, keep moving."
"Capillary" . . . Physics genius . . . Yellow
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball I, 2, 3. 4;
Wrestling 2; Key Club 3, 4; SHIPBUILDER.
DOROTHY LINDA CARLISLE
"The soul of man is immortal and im-
"Artist" ... "Where's my laundry.'" ...
"Oh, really now ! '
German Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Ship's Log
1; Future Nurses }, 4; SHIPBUILDER.
JAMES CHARLES CASELLA
"Wit makes its own welcome, and levels
"Jimba" ... "Killer" ... wild ties ...
Babe Ruth in peddle-pushers.
Football 1. 2. 5. 4; Baseball 1. 2, 3, 4;
Wrestling 2. 3, 4. SHIPBUILDER.
ALBERT RICHARD CAVANAGH
"People who make no noise are danger-
"Al" ... "Squeeler" ... actor.
Soccer 4; Drama Club 3. Pres. 4; SHIP-
RALPH HERBERT CLUFF
"He gives light as soon as he rises."
"Ralphus" . . . Carol . . . Retired halfback
. . . "Speedy."
Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Foot-
ball 1, 2. 3: Cross Country 4; Key Club 3. 4;
MARILYN JEAN COLLINS
"The best of healers is good cheer."
"Mousie" ... "Chester" ... Good things come
iri small packages.
Library Aide 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1; Com-
mercial Club 4 (Sec); Ship's Log 1; SHIP-
GEORGANNE ELIZABETH CRONIN
"Mingle your joys sometimes with your earn-
"Jan" ... "George" ... Archie's Transfer
. . . Barque Hill Girl . . . Eng. 21 "Juliet"
"Latin Club }; Cheerleading 3, 4 (co-captain);
Ship's Log 3 (Reporting Staff Head); Drama
Club 4; Future Teachers 4; SHIPBUILDER.
DENISE MARY DRAHEIM
"Unthinking, idle, wild and young, I laughed
and danced and talked and sung."
"Little One" ... one of the "White Horse
Gang" ... black convertible ... Winchester in-
Library Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Commercial Club 4;
Ship's Log 4; SHIPBUILDER.
PAMELA ANN DYER
"She pleases all the world, hut cannot
"Pammy" .. . What about the nursing home?
. . . Junior interests.
Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1. 3;
Future Nurses 1. 3, 4; Ship's Log 1; Soft-
ball 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 4; SHIPBUILDER.
KAREN MARIE EISNER
"Without music, life would be a mistake."
"Where's my gtiitar?" ... style of your
own . . . what a voice ! . . . "Hey, Jenn".
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2;
Girl's Choir 4; SHIPBUILDER.
LAWRENCE EARLE GARRETT
"Few things are impossible to diligence
"Where's the party?" ... Hillside ... "I
didn't feel like it.' ... Mount Hermon Trans-
Basketball 1, 4; Football 1. 4; German
Club 1, 4; Track 3. 4; Wrestling Club 3;
Drama Club 3 (Sec); Chess Club 4; Key
Club 4; SHIPBUILDER.
ROBERT BRUCE GOULD
"The good or ill of man lies within his
"Bob" ... pilot ... Transfer student.
JOYCE ROBERTA GRIFFIN
"Laugh and he well."
"Joycey" ... oh, that laugh! ... "Griff"
... Brookline ... "Where's Marie?"
"VW goes" . . .
Ship's Log 1, 2, }. 4; Crafts Club 1, 2,
3; Future Teachers 2, 3, 4; Foods Club 2;
Drama Club 3, 4; Library Aide 4; SHIP-
MICHAEL WADSWORTH HALLAREN
"To know is nothing at all; to imagine
Archie's Transfer . . . artist-type . . . Prep-
school boy . . . Tedeschi's.
Drama Club 4; Track 4; SHIPBUILDER.
CAROL ELIZABETH HAMER
"Do as you would be done by, is the surest
method of pleasing."
Rick . . . German 3 Genius . . . big laughter
... "Where's Denyce.'" ... devoted Girl Scout.
Field Hockey 1. 2. 3, 4 (capt.); Basketball
1. 2, 3. 4; Future Teachers 2. 3, 4 (Pres.);
German Club 3, 4; Tennis Club 3; Student
Council 4; Library Aide 4; SHIPBUILDER (co-
head photography staff).
KATHLEEN MARIE HAMMER
"The gift of gaiety may itself be the most
serious step toward maturity."
"Are you kidding.'" . . . "what a laugh"
... "Oh, stop it!" ... gullible.
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 1, 3; German
Club 1, 2 (Pres. 3); Ship's Log 1, 2; BIO 3, 4;
Future Teachers 3, 4; Class 'V.P. 3; Student
Council 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, Sec. 4;
SHIPBUILDER (layout staff head).
PAULINE CAROL HANSON
"Oh, fancies that might be, oh, facts that are."
"Polly" ... I think so ... Girl physicist.' ...
intellectual ... Boy, Polly, you sure fooled us!
Ship's Lof> 2, co-editor 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3;
Chess Club 3, 4; BIO 2, 3, 4; NSF Biology 3, 4;
National Honor Society 3, Pres. 4; National
Merit Scholar; SHIPBUILDER (literary editor).
PHILIP HAVILAND HARLOW
"Is life not a hundred times too short for
us to bore ourselves?"
"Where's Kathy" ... Hillside ... "Alamo
boy" ... well-dressed "Louis Philippe".
Soccer 1, 2, 3, co-capt. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Drama Club 3, 4; Key Club 3. 4; Chess Club 4;
"Much more happiness is to be found in
the world than gloomy eyes discover."
"Where's Marcie" ... clever seamstress ...
Nature Center summers.
Glee Club 1; Ship's Log 2, 3; Basketball
2. 3. 4; Softball 2; Latin Club Treas. 3, 4-
BIO 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, V.P. 4: SHIP-
CAROLYN HELEN JOHNSON
"Nothing great was ever achieved with-
"Punkie" . . . short and sweet
Club 1, 2, 3, 4
3, 4; Class
2, 4; Softball 1,
2. Pres. 3; V.P.
(V.P.); Pep Club 1,
J.V. 2 Varsity 3
Pres. 4; Junior
2, }, 4;
2. 3, 4;
4; Library Aide
STEVEN DAVID MACDONALD
'Each man to his own desires."
"Wheie's Denise?" ... "Why?"
"White Horse Gang" ... '53 Ford.
Football 1; SHIPBUILDER.
DAVID EDWARD MARSDEN
"He thought as a sage, though he felt
as a man."
"Dad" ... "Did you get the Physics?" ...
"Lover-boy" . . . another Bob Cousy.
Football 3. 4; Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Cross Country 2; Key Club
3, 4; German Club 2; BIO 3; Ship's Log
Business Mgr. 3; SHIPBUILDER.
CAROL DOREEN MARTIN
"A blush is the complexion of virtue."
Ralph ... "Quite the lover" ... What a
Glee Club 1; Future Nurses 1, 2; Soft-
ball 2; Basketball Mgr. 2. 3: Pep Club 3, 4:
Commercial Club V.P. 4; SHIPBUILDER.
JOSEPH JOHN McGUIRE
"Nothing is impossible to the willing
"Jo-ey" ... "Smilie" ... Junior Girls ...
"Nice Talk!" ... "Gad!" ... Handsome
Brute . . , "You have an ugly nose!"
Football 1, 2. 3, Capt. 4; Basketball 1,
2. 3. 4 Mgr.; Track 1; Key Club 3. 4; BIO 3,
4; Radio Club Pres. 3; Glee Club 4; SHIP-
BARRY MICHAEL McKEE
"Keep smiling, it makes everyone wonder
what yoi^ve been up to."
"Moose" ... "Archie's transfer" ... "that
DENNIS JOHN McKNIGHT
"Be silent always when you doubt your
"Deno" ... Janet ... "Senior Senior".
Baseball 1. 2; Chess Club 1; Wrestling Club
PATRICIA EDITH McNEIL
"Silence gives consent."
"Patty" ... "quiet" ... "8th period
Home Ec room."
Economics assistant 1, 2, }, 4; Foods
3; Commercial Club, 4; SHIPBUILDER.
HARRY STEPHEN MERRITT
"/ shall never ask, never refuse, nor ever
"Merritt the Brown" ... "gets things done"
... "It's about the physics" ... "studious."
Science Club. 1; Baseball, 1, 2; Student Coun-
cil (Treas.), 1, 2, 3: Pres., 4; National Honor
Society, 3, 4; (treas.); BIO, 3, 4; Soccer, 3, 4
(co-capt.); NSF Advanced Biology. 3. 4; National
Athletic Scholarship Foundation. 3; Basketball
timekeeper, 3, 4; SHIPBUILDER (editor).
JENNIFER ANN MORGAN
"My heart is like a singing singing bird."
"Hey, Bonnie" ... music girl ... transfer
Glee Club 3,
Drama Club 4;
Treas. 4; Field Hockey 4;
Future Teachers 4: SHIP-
CURTIS ARTHUR MUZRALL
"A man's own manner and character are
what most become him."
"Muzzy" ... mad drummer.
Football 1; Track 1, 2; Wrestling 2: SHIP-
RICHARD CHRISTIAN NEWEY
"The opportunity to do mischief is found
a hundred times a day."
Civil war ... "Chris" ... Sharp dresser.
Baseball 1.2; SHIPBUILDER.
FRANCES LOUISE NILSSON
"How sweet it is to us, this life we live
"Franny" ... "Seen Lyn" ... Quiet Type.
Foods Club 3; Glee Club 4; Commercial
Club 4; Ship's Log 4; SHIPBUILDER.
PAMELA MILDRED NOLAN
"To err is human, to forgive divine."
Foods Club 2; Pep Club }. 4; BIO 3, 4;
Library Aide 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; SHIP-
JACQUELYN ANN PARADIS
"She's armed without thafs innocent
"Jackie" ... "English Whiz".
Field Hockey 1. 2, 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2,
3, 4; Future Teachers Club 2, Historian 3, 4;
German Club 3. 4; BIO 3; Latin Club 3;
Ship's Log 3; Junior Prom Princess: SHIP-
CHESTER JOHN PASCOW
"Either I will find a way or I will make
"Pogo" ... "Seen Mousie.'" ... Hot '58
Chevy . . . College Pond, anyone?
Baseball 1, 2; Commercial Club (Pres.) 4; SHIP-
CAROL ANN PELS
"Who does not enjoy life's pleasures is a
"Carol Ann" . . . Out-going . . . Southy Export
. . . "How is ya?"
Field Hockey 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Football
(Mgr.) 4; Commercial Club 4; SHIPBUILDER.
MARY EILEEN PETERSON
"The only reward of virtue is virtue."
"Peggy" ... quiet type ... dentist's assist-
Glee Club 1. 2, 3. Pres. 4; Field Hockey 3,
4; Future Nurses 3: SHIPBUILDER.
WILLIAM FRANQS PETERSON
"Read, mark, learn, and inwardly digest."
"What book- are you reading now?" ... "I
think so!" .. . Yah! Yah!
Football 1, 2, 4; Wrestling 1. 2, 3; Track
1, 2. 3, 4; Debating Club 2, 3. 4; Chess Club
3; Glee Club 4; Library Aide; SHIPBUILDER.
CAROLYN ROBERTS PIKE
"Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low,
an excellent thing in a woman."
"Tony" ... "Where's Debbie?" ... In-
terest at Stonehill.
Majorettes 1. 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Softball 3, 4; Commercial Club 4; SHIP-
"Better is to how than break."
"Chris" ... that green truck! ... Future
Football (Mgr.) 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1,
2, 3, 4; BIO 3, 4; Audio-visual 1, 2, 3, 4;
Library Aide 2, 3. 4; SHIPBUILDER.
LINDA JEAN REEKIE
"She that has patience may compass any-
"Reekie #2" ... Rest home.
Glee Club 1, 3, 4; Foods Club 2; SHIP-
REBECCA SUE RUBLE
"Imagination is the eye of the soul."
'"Becky" ... White Horse gang ... hair!
. . . Coffee Fran's.
Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorettes 1, 2.
3; Pep Club 2, 3. 4; German Club 3; Li-
brary Aide 3; Chess Club 4; SHIPBUILDER.
WILLIAM RHINEHART SCHULTZ
"To climb steep hills requires a slow pace
"Schultzie" "lightning" ... tiansfet
from Merion High, Pa.
Basketball 2, 3; SHIPBUILDER.
LINDA JEAN SEWELL
"To know her is to love her better."
Well-groomed . . . beach parties . . . sea
wall .. . "Great stop, Linda."
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1, 2.
3, Pres. 4; Softball 1, 2; Baseball 3, 4; Basket-
ball Scorer 3, 4.
PRISCILLA JEAN SHAW
"After the verb, "To Love," "To Help" is
the most beautiful verb in the world."
"Redhead" ... "Tom" ... "Freckles" ...
Field Hockey 1; Ship's Log 1, layout staff head
2. 3; Library Aide 2; Class Sec. 1, 2, 3; Latin
Club 3; Foods Club 3; Student Council 1, 3. 4;
CEDRIC LEE SHERMAN
"As we are now living in an eternity, the
time to be happy is now."
"Chris" ... "Herman" ... "The Dogs" ...
Track 1, 2; Cross Country 1; Soccer 2; SHIP-
PETER STEPHEN SILVIA
"Observe moderation, in all, the fitting sea-
son is best."
"Quiet type" ... C.Y.O.? ... Transfer stu-
Baseball 2. 3; Ship's Log 3; BIO 3; Latin
Club }; SHIPBUILDER.
SUSAN MICHAELE SINCLAIR
"The only way to have a friend is to be
•'Peter' ... '"White Horse Gang" ... "What
next!" ... Red Falcon ... Archie's Transfer.
Field Hockey Mgr. 4; Drama Club 4; Future
Teachers Club 4.
JOHN ROBERT STILGOE
"Whoso would be a man must be a
"J.S." ... "Future Biologist legist" ...
"Stilgoe-isms" ... De Soto's go ... Mr.
Yctcomc . . . It's the Democrats' fault.
Science Club 1; Key Club 3, (Sec.) 4; BIO },
4; Soccer (Mgr.) }. 4; NSF Advanced Biology
3, 4; SHIPBUILDER (Business Manager).
LINDA JOYCE STURGIS
"Brevity is the soul of wit."
"Where's Lyn?" ... "This has class!" ...
Basketball 2. 3, 4; Future Teachers 2, 3;
Ship's Log 3; Glee Club 4; SHIPBUILDER.
PHILLIP WILLIAM TYLER
"There is also a sure reward for faith-
"Extrovert" ... Budding artist.
Audio-visual 1; Latin Club 3; BIO 3; Ship's t*
Log 3; Drama Club 3, 4; Track 3, 4; SHIP-
"Do not let your chances like sunbeams
pass you by."
"Watch out for those horses!" ... Out of
town boys . . . Rice's.
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Ma-
jorettes 1, 2; Chess Club 2, 4; Drama Club 3,
4; Softball 4; Cheerleading 4; Library Aide 4;
JANET SUSAN WAMSLEY
"Infinite riches in a little room."
"Jan" . . . Lots of clothes . . . model.
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading 4; Fu-
ture Teachers 2. 5. 4: Field Hockey 1, 2;
Ship's Log 1, 2, Latin Club 3. 4; German
Club 1; BIO 3; Glee Club 2; Drama Club 4;
"Great is truth; fire cannot, burn nor
water drown it."
"Where're Marcie and Sue?" ... Future
basketball player? ... "Dunker".
Field Hockey 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soft-
ball 1, 2; Student Council 2, 3; Ship's Log
2, 3; Library Aid 3: Foods Club 3; Future
Teachers 4; Class Sec. 4; German Club 4;
Football Mgr. 4; SHIPBUILDER.
RICHARD BRUCE YOUNG
"// is not how long, but how well we live.
"Rick" ... "Carol" ... '50 Plymouth ...
Baseball 2; Wrestling 3; Audio-visual 1; Ship's
Log 1, 2; Debating Club 2; Drama Club 3, 4;
BIO 3, 4; Student Voice 3; Latin Club 3; SHIP-
BUILDER (Art staff head).
MARCIA ALICE ZOTTOLI
"It is not enough to do good, one must do it
the right way."
"Where're Sue and Denyce?" ... Nature Cen-
ter Summers . . . "Got the car. Sue?"
Softball 2, 3; BIO 2. 3; Future Teachers 3,
Treas. 4; SHIPBUILDER.
FREDRICK ARTHUR BAKER
"Conform and be dull."
"Fred" ... Hillside ... "Feeder" ... cool
dresser .. . "sticky fingers".
Football 1; Track 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2. }, 4;
Drama Club 1, 2, }, 4; Chess Club 2, 4; German
Club 3; Tennis Club 4; SHIPBUILDER.
DAVID KARNIE BODINE
"Throw jear to the wind."
"Dave" ... "Hands" ... Hillside ... "danc-
er" ... "The Mover" ... "Bo-didly."
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3. 4; Drama
Club 1. 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3, 4; Office Aide 5;
ROBERT RAND GUSHING
"He has achieved success who has lived
well, laughed much, and loved often."
■Randy" . . . Hot VW . . . Connecticut
terests . . . Island Pond
Football 1; Wrestling
2; Radio Club
Drama Club 3, 4; SHIPBUILDER.
SHARON MARY DOHERTY
"Style is the dress of thoughts."
Horse Gang" ... "weekend in N.Y.
..." Cush's house.
Field Hockey 1, Mgr. 4; German Club Sec.
1, 2. 3, 4; Future Nurses 1 (Treas.); Sec.
2, 3; Basketball 1; Ship's Log 3; Foods Club
3; Drama Club Treas. 4; SHIPBUILDER
(Typing staff head) .
"Nothing can bring you peace but your-
"Future nurse" . . . winter N.H. weekends
. . . Spring in N.Y.
Softball 1, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; SHIP-
ALLAN JOHN BENTING
"Chiefly the mould of a man's fortune
is in. his own hands."
"deMolay boy" ... "Done your math yet,
Al.'" ... artist ... "punster"...
Football Manager A; Ship's Log 1, 2, 3;
Future Teachers Club 4; Key Club 3, 4;
JOHN PATRICK EDMONDS
"Everything nourishes what is strong al-
"Jay" ... "Rye" ... speedster ... out-
side interests. ,
Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4;
Track 1, 2. 3. 4; Library Aid 2, 3; Sopho-
more Class Pres.; Key Club 3, Pres. 4;
PAUL SANBORN GUNN
"The monuments of wit survive the mon-
uments of power."
"B.B." ... "Hillsider" ... "Chevy's go!"
... "Done your — .'" ... Canton H.S. trans-
Track 3, 4; Soccer 4; Drama Club 4;
Latin Club 4; Chess Club 4; SHIPBUILDER.
"The only gift is a portion of thyself."
"Funny-girl" ... "O-Kay, Guys" ... Miss
Field Hockey 1. 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Bas-
ketball 3. 4; Track ..lanager 4; Pep Club 2;
Tennis Club 3; Future Nurses Club 1, 2 Vice-
Pres. 3, Pres. 4; B.I.O. 3, 4; iog 3; Girls-
State Rep. 3; SHIPBUILDER.
"The reward of a thing well done is to
have done it."
Philip ... "Hillsider" ... McElwee #2.
Field Hockey 1, 2; Pep Club 1; Cheerleader 2,
3, 4; Tennis Club 3, 4; Future Teachers Club
3, 4; Junior Prom Queen; SHIPBUILDER.
"A wise and understanding heart."
"Hillsider" ... McElwee #3 ... "Seen Joyce?"
. . . quiet.
Field Hockey A\ Tennis Club 3, 4; Future Nurses
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 4; Drama Club 4:
STEPHEN JAMES MERRIFIELD
"With his wits about him."
"Grouse" ... "talented artist" ... "Well, I
don't know, but ..."
Baseball 1; SHIPBUILDER.
DONALD HARRY NEWTON
"Polysyllabic (or what the common peo-
ple call, dictionary) words."
"Tex" ... Chevy ... "I forgot my home-
Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4; SHIPBUILDER.
RONALD EDGAR NEWTON
"On their own merits modest men are
Newton #3 ... interests in Barque Hill . . .
Ship's Log 1; B.I.O. 3, 4; SHIPBUILDER.
CALVIN JUDSON PIERCE
"Ah, why should life all labor be?"
"Soccer boy" ... "Sailor" ... "Janitor."
Soccer 2. 3, 4; B.I.O. 3, 4; Library Aid 4;
JUDITH ANN REARDON
"Men are never so likely to settle a ques-
tion rightly as when they discuss it freely."
Argumentative ... "Every corner is a goal!"
. . . clarinet ... "I need a pass to the library."
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3. 4; Basketball 1; Soft-
ball :, 2; Debating Club 1, 2. 3, 4; Drama
Club 3, 4; Ship's Log co-editor 3; SHIP-
LISE DRUMMOND ROUBOUND
"I am a part of all that I have met."
"Ruba" ... "Hillsider" ... "Honey!" ...
Pep Club 1, 2; Tennis Club 4; Future Teach-
ers Club 3. 4; Chess Club 4; Drama Club 4;
ROBERT LEWIS SCHELLER
"Born with a gift of laughter and a sense
that the world is mad."
Red!" ... "Hillsider"
. Thayer transfer.
Soccer Manager 4; Baseball 4; Chess Club 4;
Drama Club 4: German Club 4: SHIPBUILDER.
DONALD JOSEPH YETMAN
"In every deed of mischief he had a heart
to resolve, a head to contrive, and a hand to
"Yetmonk" ... "Good one" ... Yetman #5.
Wrestling 1, 2; Audio- Visual Club 1. 2; SHIP-
KATHY ELLEN YOUNG
"Well-timed silence hath more eloquence
"Baby-face" ... "Those earrings !"
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3; Latin Club 3; Commercial
Club 4; SHIPBUILDER.
John Edmonds and Lise Roubound
Ralph Cluff and Denyce Williams
38 David Marsden and Claudia Joseph
Robert Gould and Jacquelyn Paradis
James Casella and Claudia Joseph
BEST SCHOOL SPIRIT
John Barry and Linda Sewell
DONE MOST FOR THE CLASS
Pauline Hanson and Harry Alerritt
David Bodine and Marilyn Collins
Pauline Hanson and John Stilgoe
Robert Cushing and Pamela Dyer
Dorothy Carlisle and Michael Hallaren
Lincoln Adams and Carolyn Johnson
THE JUNIOR PROM
President Line Adams crowns the queen, Kathleen McElwee — Princesses, left to right: Carolyn Johnson and Jacquelyn Paradis.
"The Castle in the Clouds" was the theme of
the Junior Prom on May 20. The evening's danc-
ing was done to. the music of Rudi Dale's Or-
chestra. The grand march was one of the most
beautiful ever, and the class executed it flaw-
lessly. After an enjoyable evening, the dates
left for the Scituate Cabins where they ate a
late dinner. The beach party was held the next
day at the Sewell's cottage in East Dennis.
The queen and her princesses
The officers and their dates lead the march.
The D.A.R. Award recipient is chosen by the fac-
ulty from three candidates chosen by the Senior class.
She is judged on the basis of her personality, citizen-
ship, and service to the school.
GIRLS' STATE AWARD
The Girls' State Award is given by members of
the Women's Auxiliary to a junior girl. She later
attends the Girls' State Convention, which this year
was held at Bridgewater State College.
BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAKER
OF TOMORROW AWARD
The Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow
Award is presented to a Norwell Senior girl on the
basis of a state-wide test that every Senior girl takes.
This year, for the fourth year in a row, our Home-
maker placed among the top ten in the state.
Left to right:
'PcuUate '^atuott — THat^etKOticA
'f^iifvuf. TH^n^Utt — ScccHce UHcC Social StueUcA
The Churchhiller Awards are given anually to Seniors who show particularly high
achievement in the fields of English, Mathematics, Social Studies, and Business.
Each year a senior is chosen to be Norwell's Student Representative in Boston. To be eligible for the position, a
person must be a senior who holds an elected office. On Student Government Day the students exchange places with
the state's law makers and executives. The students then spend a model day in their positions by initiating legislation
and passing laws that they deem necessary.
Front row, left to right: Linda Wilds, Jean Scanlon, Christine Pizzella, Dennis Peterson, Mary Sherman, Janet Palli, Anne Whit-
comb, Kristina Sletner, Thomas Tolman, Kathleen Scanlon, Middle row, left to right: Stephen Wilson, Janice Pollock, Paul Soren-
son, Deborah McKay, Gail Raymond, Paul Paradise, Christine Reynolds, Benjamin Fuller, Deborah Snow, Susan Spears, Janice
Sibbald. Top row, left to right: Roger Reekie, Brendan Walshe, Karl Whitcher, Robert Spears, Brian Suzan, Kert Sundwall,
Henry Sirignano, Donald Whiting, Eric Redding, Robert Virta.
Front row, left to right: Kathryn Hall, Eileen Carew, Donna Bosteels, Judith Armstrong, Peter Delaney, Diane Bandarra, George
Farrar, Candice Culley, Elizabeth Hallaren, Nancy Axon. Middle row, left to right: Janet Cochrane, Gail Hanson, Marie Berard,
Barbara Greenwood, Del Benzaquin, Mary Andrews, Gary Gilmore, Frank DeFabio, Concetta Feneck, Jerilyn Hansen, Stephanie
Arnold. Top row, left to right: Dana Cushing, Steven Fitzgerald, Stephen DuLong, Lloyd Farrar, Richard Gay, Bruce Cluff, Ed-
ward Britland, David Eddy, Carol Farren.
JUNIORS - CLASS OF 1 968
Front row, left to right: Kathleen Lavery, Deborah Livesey, Christine Lynes, Cheryle Mulley, Frank Knudsen, James Keaveney,
Cynthia Jevne, Susan Kolbornsen, Inez Murphy, Karen Lowe. Second row, left to right: Charlene Lovell, Deborah Mathews, Linda
Hussey, Anna Miccichi, Linda Nash, David Johnson, David Merrifield, Shirley Mclver, Joanne Mayers. Third row, left to right:
Edith Love, Rosina Hight, Robert McQuarrie, Daniel Marsh, Thomas Murphy, Alison Larkin, John Nolan, Steven Hines. Top row,
left to right: Thomas MacKenzie, David Kirby, James Long, John Lewin, James Osborne, Thomas King.
From row, left to right: Richard Forti, Patricia Dulong, Kathy Buonopane, Edith Casella, Betsy Campbell. Patricia Barry, Marsha
D'Appolonio, Marie Dangora, Lorna Carey, Helen Albert, Martha Bonney, Paul Doiron. Middle row, left to right: Nancy Alvanas,
Kathy DeCoste, Christine Apostol, Linda Carr, Jack Bauer, Robert Catyb, Joseph Golemme, David Barnecott, John Davis, James
Burrows, Christine Cronin, Gail Bodine. top row, left to right: Dane Axon, Wayne Gay, Janet Collins, Robert Downey, Mark Allen,
Larry Buettner, Steven Bailow, James Fitzgerald, Frank Carlson, Thomas Birmingham, Richard Fay.
Front row, lejt to right: Karen Hines, Patricia Hammer, Veiva Lively, Mary Lafferty Barbara Kallio, Patricia Griffin, Joan Hamb-
len, Beverly Gubb, Susan Crossman, Linda Johnson, Leslie Harlow, Judith Goodine. Middle row, lejt to right: Charles Morgan, Ann
Lindsay, Sandra Lovell, Muriel Gabriel, David Mayers, Bradford Keene, Neil MacLeod, Dolores Lively, Mary Hewitt, Denise
Heredeen, Paul Hallaren, Steven Knudsen. Top row, lejt to right: Paul Jordan, Steven Lepisto, Donald Pearse, Richard Power, Kim-
ball Pierce, Robert Lloyd, William Power, Steven Haynes, Allan Paylor, Joseph Nucci.
S0PH0M0RE9 - CLA88 OF 69
Front row, left to right: Karen MacKenzie, Laurel Reardon, Sheila Wright, Patricia Miccichi, Bonnie MacAllister, Carol Wilds,
Diane Maken, Lynda Sirignaro, Lauren Melanson, Marcia Wilson, Kathleen Macdonald, Margaret Splaine. Middle row, lejt to right:
Elizabeth Ludlow, Kathy Young, Ann Richardson, Karen Speirs, Linda Sinowski, Catherine Ryan, Claire Macdonald, Luyanne
Priest, Michele Wilder, John Tanczos, Elizabeth Martin, Deborah Lynsky. Top row, lejt to right: Sandra Schultz, Marjorie Haw-
thorne, Richard Worrall, Robert Snow, Gary Young, Bradford Wilson, Alan Tibbetts, Wade Stickels, Michael Scanlon, Dana Shaw,
Mary Vallier, Diane Walker. 53
Front row, left to right: Paula Stauffer, Christine Sammer, David Wamsley, John Spears, William Sorenson, Alan Wasik, Gail
Sherman, Bobbe Miner, Jane Rice, Maureen Mclnnis. Middle row, left to right: Linda Walsh, Carolyn Pierce, Beverly McLean,
Linda Spoletti, Deborah Piccini, Kathleen Marsh, Janet Mello, Rae Ann Walker, Dianne McNeil, Wendy Smyth. Top row, left to right:
Michael Stella, Susan Pendergast, Richard Connell, David Workman, Theodore Tolman, IDonald Stoddard, Stephen Smith, Kenneth
Duty, Carolyn Visser, Janet Montgomery.
front row, left to right: Clark Maglathlin, Susan Hurley, Michael Pecoraro, Emmet Logue, Douglas Maken, Linda MacCoy, Peter
Jordan, Darlene MacAllister, Deborah Hurley, John Schneider. Second row, left to right: Kerry Ewart, Carol Hussey, Margaret
Lawton, Randall Prouty, Robert Schneider, Bruce Reekie, Glenn Miliiken, Janet MacLeod, Barbara Hamer, Maureen Grady. Third row,
left to right: Robert Leavitt, Raymond McKay, Charles Poirier, Michael Perry, William Harvey, David Meacham, Steven Palli, Paul
Pike, Arnold McQuarrie, Richard Pearse. Top row, left to right: Brian Jenkins, Douglas Marsden, Robert McGuire, Bruce Orcutt,
54 Ellery Moulton, Lee Hendrickson.
FRESHMEN - CLASS OF 1 970
Front row, left to right: Patricia Dyer. Linda Connell, Debra Ca nn, Christine Berard, Charles Gatanti, Charles Garvey, Elizabeth
Armstrong, Janet Bradeen, Catherine Cronin, Deborah Davies, Joanne Casella, Ronald Cayon. Middle row, left to right: Charles
Bailow, Joyce Aspelund, Denise Dwelley, John Bamecott, John D eFrancesco, Roger Appel, John Cona, Janet Connelly, David Benza-
quin, Peter Golemme, Warren Fullerton. Top row, left to right: Philip Curtin, Richard Gredler, Stephen Eisner, Stephen Dolan,
James Bayley, Paul Fallon, Bradford Allen, Christopher Edmonds, George Bauer.
The lion's den.
Seniors and underclassmen alike enjoyed the fresh-
man initiation. This year's stunts were done mostly
in groups because of the large number of freshmen.
Everyone looked on in delight as the new freshmen
acted, danced and sang the seniors' stunts. There was
the "senior pie" to kiss and the "orange-dancing."
The freshmen's imitations of bacon and toasters
brought a "well-done" from the seniors. A few of
the more priceless moments of the freshmen's trials
are reflected in these pictures.
HS Speech Class
> Museum Fund
ary Sherman and John Stil-
representing Norwell High
>o] Speech Class, presented a
■k for $280 to the Museum of
^ Arts Centennial Fund on
, 7 in Boston. The money was
?d by an auction held at the
school Feb. 2. The auction
under the direction of James
er of the High School Eng-
)uis Cook, local auctioneer,
fucted several boys in the
ch class on the art of auc-
?ering. Mr. Cook set the pace
the afternoon, and sold three
ederate bills to faculty mem-
Timothy Shannon, who came
v^onvell from below the Ma-
Dixon Line. Mr. Shannon
►id a competitor, and was.
pded the bills for over two
ITS, apiece. r.
t BU Seminar
Jradford Robinson, Chairman
the English Department at
rwell High School, addressed
graduate seminar at Boston
iversity School of Education
Jan. 9. His subject was con-
"In the coming months, there-
fore, persons interested in mak-
ing a home purchase should put
gether as a unii ai uie r aiimy
Service. Sunday School classes
will . ho hplH fnv fhilrtren from
year's traditional s
springy the competitive
the church school
Boston Globe than his share in
?ry project of the Village
nrrh Workers He was a friend i
general store for several years
but at the time of his death he
was teaching in New Hampshire's
made in writing by February 15.
for collections, and the first
Iwoek in March for individual
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From row, left to right: Cynthia Jevne, Claire Roach, Nancy Axon, John Beach, Harry Merritt, Gail Bodine, Elizabeth Ludlow, Ann
Lindsay, Christine Lynes, Diane Bandarra. Standing, left to right: Peter Golemme, Janet Macleod, Denise Dwelley, Susan Pender-
gast, Janet Palli, Lincoln Adams, Richard Power, Carol Hamer, Kathleen Hammer, Priscilla Shaw, Mr. F. David Stephansky.
The Student Council is the govern-
ing body for the students of the
school. The council represents every
student in school affairs. Among the
council's activities are: student buses,
candy and coke sales, dress code en-
forcement, club aid, and school activ-
SEATED, LEFT TO RIGHT:
GAIL BODINE— TREASURER
NANCY AXON— SECRETARY
STANDING, LEFT TO RIGHT:
HARRY MERRITT— PRESIDENT
JOHN BEACH— VICE PRESIDENT
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Seated, left to right: Kathleen Hammer, Nanq' Axon, Pauline Hanson. Standing, left to right: Mr. Robert Jackman (advisor),
Edith Love, Harry Merritt.
The National Honor Society is composed of Jun-
iors and Seniors who have academic averages of 85%
and who have achieved a high degree of excellence
in the areas of service, character, and leadership.
This year the Society has initiated a tutoring program
to supplement its other services which include selling
paperback books, reading opening exercises, and
sponsoring a Student-of-the-Month program.
The society after a trip to the book store.
Front row, left to right: Beverly Gubb, Christine Pizzella, Nancy Axon, Janet Thibodeau, Karen Melville, Edith Love (co-editor),
Gail Hanson (co-editor), Deborah Livesay, Jean Scanlon, Karen Lowe, Christine Lynes, Maureen Grady, Mr. Zarrella (advisor).
Second row, left to right: Ann Lindsay, Janet Palli, Deborah Mathews, Janice Sibbald, Cynthia Jevne, Judith Armstrong, Diane
Bandarra, Joyce Aspelund, Elizabeth Hallaren, Kathleen Scanlon, Claire Roach, Cathleen Young, Martha Bonney, Renda Gunn.
Third row, left to right: Rosina Hight, Gail Raymond, Barbara Greenwood, Mary Sherman, Carol Hussey, Elizabeth Armstrong,
Linda Hussey, Gail Bodine, Patricia Griffin, Louaynne Priest, Linda Sinowski, Joyce Griffin, Linda Nash, Deborah Snow. Top row,
left to right: Peter Golemme, Stephen Lepisto, Del Benzaquin, Frank DeFabio.
Our school newspaper, the Ship's
Log, is a service organization. With
the assistance of Mr. Zarrella, it
entertains and informs the student
Seated, left to right: Gail Hanson (edi-
tor), Judith Armstrong.
Standing, left to right: Rosina Hight,
Mr. Albert Zarrella, Edith Love (edi-
tor), Deborah Mathews, Thomas Mac-
Kenzie, Linda Hussey, Karen Lowe,
Front row, left to right: Joseph Golemme, Dana Shaw, Charles Morgan, David Barnecott, John Stilgoe, Daniel Marsh, John Ed-
monds, John Barry, David Bodine, Ralph Cluff, William Ritchie, Mr. Felix Dixon. Back row, left to tight: John Beach,
Joseph Nucci, Eric Redding, Joseph McGuire, Lincoln Adams.Guy Capilli, Kurt Sundwall, David Marsden, Allen Benting, Philip
The Key Club is Norwell High School's service
organization. The club, composed of boys in grades
10 through 12, assists in such duties as ushering at
assemblies and pep rallies. To qualify for the club
a boy must have a scholastic average of 75% or bet-
ter. The Norwell Kiwanis sponsors the club.
Left to right
JOHN BARRY Treasurer
JOHN EDMONDS President
DANIEL MARSH Vice President
JOHN STILGOE Treasurer
From row, left lo right: Katharyn DeCoste, Deborah Hurley, Janet Wamsley, Kathy Young, Cheryl Mulley, Margaret Splaine, Betsy
Campbell, Margaret Lawton, Mr. James Miller (Second row, left to right: Jennifer Morgan, Dolores Lively, Elizabeth Ludlow, Susan
Kolbjornsen, Albert Cavanagh, Cynthia Jevne, Sharon Doherty, Stephanie Arnold, Deborah Wadsworth, Rosina Hight. Third row, left
to right: Kerry Ewart, Catharine Cronin, Beverly Gubb, Susan Spears. Janice Sibbald, Georganne Cronin, Carolyn Visser, Edith Love,
Joyce Griffin, Janet Bradeen, Patricia Griffin, Renda Gunn, Elizabeth Armstrong, Barbara Kallio, Carol Hussey. Top row, left to
right: Christopher Rankm, Philip Tyler, Philip Harlow, Robert Gushing, Frederick Baker, David Bodine, Peter Silvia, William
Ritchie, Michael Hallaren, Peter Golemme.
The Drama Club presented Norwell's first musical,
"Bye-Bye Birdie." Directed by Mr. Miller and with a
cast of over fifty, it was an undisputed success. It also
submitted a passion play, "The Deluge: Noah and his
Sons," as this year's entry in the Massachusetts Drama Fes-
tival. They hoped it would be as successful as last year's
"The Leader," which placed third in the state.
Seated: Mr. Orlando. Front row, left to right: Peter Golemme, Brian Jenkins, Clark Maglathlin, Claire MacDonald, Barbara Ha-
mer, Judith Reardon, Debra Cann, James Henderson, Charles Bayley. Back row, left to right: Catharine Allen, Richard Files,
Diane McNeil, Robert Levitt, Donald Pearse, Paul Jordan, Bradford Allen, Mark Allen.
The band sen'ed to spur school spirit by performing at the school's pep rallies. The band's enthusiasm has grown
with its increased membership.
Front row, left to right: Maureen Mclnnis, Lorna Carey, Karen Hines, Linda McCoy, Marcia Wilson, Gwen McClellan, Denise
Dwelley, Irene Shirley, Patricia Dyer, Paula Stauffer. Second row, left to right: Lyn Baron, Wendy Smyth, Jennifer Morgan, Joanne
Mayers, Mary Peterson, Margaret Concannon, Frances Nilsson, Ann Richardson, Rae Ann Walker, Ann Lindsay, Betsy Campbell,
Pamela Dyer. Third row, left to tight: Marjorie Hawthorne, Janet Montgomory, Karen Eisner, Roger Reekie, Joseph McGuire,
Deborah McKay, Diane McNeil, Janet Mello, Carolyn Johnson, Karen Speirs.
At various intervals throughout the school year the Glee Club, under the direction of Mr. and Mrs, Hewitt, per-
forms for the school and community. Especially memorable was this year's Christmas performance, in which the Glee
Club joined with members of the male faculty.
Front row, left to right: Ellen Pizzella, Charlene Lovell, Joanne Murphy, Claudia Joseph, Dorothy Carlisle, Janet Thibodeau, Lynda
Sirignano, Suzanne Fullerton, Carolyn Johnson, Shirley Mclver. Back row, left to right: Muriel Gabriel, Virginia Boig.
The Future Nurses Club informs its members of the career possibilities in the field of nursing. The girls study and
observe the demands of their possible future field.
Front row, left to right: Deborah Mathews, Suzanne Jevne, Karen Speirs, Caloline Anderson, Karen Lowe, Susan Sinclair, Janet
Wamsley, Karen Hines, Deborah Livesey, Bonnie Campbell, Judith Armstrong, Marie McElwee, Linda Hussey, Miss Kennett. Back
row, left to right: Kahleen Hammer, Carol Hamer, Lise Roubound, Georganne Cronin, Janice Pollock, Susan Aspelund, Denyce Wil-
liams, Alan Benting, Deborah Snow, Judith Bradeen, Janet Palli, Kathleen McElwee, Marcia Zottoli, Jacquelyn Paradis, Patricia
By such activities as field trips to Norwell's other schools, the club studies teaching methods. Those who want to
enter the teaching profession gain valuable experience.
Seaie<i, left to right: Patricia Griffin, Pamela Dyer, Dana Shaw, Lise Roubound. Standing, left to right: Leslie Harlow, Deborah
Wadsworth, Richard Worrall, Mr. Lucey, advisor, Marie McElwee, Douglas Maken, John Spears.
To acquaint students with the basic moves and plays of chess is the primary goal of the Chess Club. Under the super-
vision of Mr. Lucey, the club meets once a week and holds matches between members.
Seated, left to right: Sandra Schultz, Beverly Gubb, James Burrows, Miss Elwood. Slandieg, left to right: Ann Lindsay, Elizabeth
Martin, Mark Allen, Stephen Lepisto, Absent — Laurel Reardon.
Scrimshaw is an innovation at NHS. Under the direction of Miss Elwood, students in a sophomore English class
organized a literary magazine to publish original student works.
Left to right: Christopher Rankin, William Power, James Bayley, David Barnecott, Mr. DiSabatino (advisor).
The Audiovisual Aides are in charge of distributing and operating the school's audiovisual machines. The mem-
bers gain valuable experience in the workings of machinery they may encounter later in their lives. The group is
also important in the services it performs to the teachers.
Seated, left to right: Linda MacCoy, Mr. Mumford (advisor), Janet Montgomery, Standing, left to right: Maureen Mclnnes, Lorna
Gary, Eilery Moulton, Alfred Allen, Marjorie Hawthorne.
The Photography Club brings together those students interested in cameras and picture taking. The newly formed
club meets to discuss the concepts of photography, and this year they helped the Drama Club by taking pictures for
Seated, lejt to right: Mary Sherman, Stephanie Annold, Gail Hanson. Standing, left to right: Lincoln Adams, Pauline Hanson, Ste-
phen DuLong, Cladia Joseph, Calvin Pierce, Christopher Rankin, Rosina Hight, Harry ^Merritt, Mr. David Ryan.
BIO is an organization made up of those interested in increasing their knowledge in the field of Biology. The Club
makes full use of the biology lab, and takes field trips to supplement their lectures.
Front row, left to right: Jack Bauer, Nicholas Brooks, Dana Shaw, James Keaveney. Second row, left
to right: Karl Witcher, Thomas King, Curtis Muzrall, Stephen DuLong, David Barnecott, Mr. Rob-
ert Gardner, Donald Whiting, Eric Redding.
This year a new club, under the direction of Coach Gardner, was formed to provide
Norwell with some of the Malibu Beach atmosphere of muscularity. The direct results
will be quite evident in the coming years as Norwell develops more conditioned athletes.
Front row, left to right: Carolyn Visser, Thomas King, Deborah Mathews. Second row, lejt to right: Karen Lowe, Ellery Moulton,
John Schneider, Karen Hines. Third row, lejt to right: Christine Lynes, Elizabeth Hallaren, Steven Eisner, Stephen Lepisto. Standing,
left to right: Patty Hammer, Patrick Traynor, Janet Wamsley, Rosina Hight, Lawrence Garrett, Jacquelyn Paradis, Janet Palli, Lin-
coln Adams, Sharon Doherty, Susan Spears, Marjorie Hawthorne, Miss Mitzi Gerrish.
The German Club serves to further the student's knowledge of German culture and history. The Club meets regu-
larly and uses such aids as films, magazines, and field trips.
Vront row, left to right: Carolyn Pike, Marilyn Collins, Kathy Young, Carol Pels. Standing, left to right: Catherine McQuarrie, Pa-
tricia McNeil, Frances Nilsson, Lyn Baron, Chester Paskow, Carol Martin, Margaret Concannon, Mrs. Catherine Martin.
The Commercial Club is composed of senior business students. The club exposes the students to the world of busi-
ness through field trips. The club also sponsors various money raising projects to benefit a scholarship.
Front row, left to right: Joyce Griffin, Marilyn Collins, Dennis McKnight, Carolyn Johnson, Janet Thibodeau, Cladia Joseph. Second
row, left to right: James Burrows, Kathryn Hall, Judy Goodine, Karen MacKenzie, Helen Albert, Deborah Wadsworth, Inez Mur-
phy, Denise Draheim. Third row, left to right: Calvin Pierce, Patricia Griffin, Mary Hewitt, Carol Hamer, Dolores Lively, Barbara
Kallio, Kathleen Hammer. Fourth row, left to right: David Kirby, Roger Reekie, Chistopher Rankin, William Peterson. Fijth row,
left to right: Joanne Mayers, Linda Hussey, Veiva Lively, Carol Wilds, Dorothy Duty, Marie Dangora, Carol Pels, Diane Maken.
Library aides work two periods a week in the library. By assisting the students and the hbrarian in all phases of
library work, the aides have entrenched themselves in the functioning of the school library.
Seated: Marilyn Collins. Standing, left to right: Patricia McNeil, Frances Nilsson, Catherine McQuarrie, Lyn Baron, Chester Pascow
By performing such jobs as typing, filing, and delivering notices, office aides assist the secretaries in their daily
routine. The members are senior business students who gain invaluable experience through their services.
/f// /o >/^A/; Kathryn Hall, Kathleen Lavery, Susan Murphy. Standing, left to right: Sandra Lovell, Delores
Lively, Christine Reynolds, Charlene Wade, JoAnne Mayers.
For the first year in Norwell High we had a majorette squad. This group of ambitious girls greatly
aided our sports efforts by their performances at football rallies. As our fall sports program develops the
majorettes will certainly become a valuable asset.
Kneeling, left to right: Fredrick Schultz, Ellery Moulton, Wayne Randall. Standing, left to right: David Mayers, John Tancsoz,
Robert Leavitt, James Bayley, Raymond McKay, Brian Jenkins, Mr. DiSabatino (advisor).
The Radio Club is composed of boys interested in electronics and radio transmission. The boys meet together to
repair instruments and work on new projects.
Front row, left to right: John Stilgoe — Business Manager; Judith Reardon — Proofreading; Harry Merritt — Editor.
Second row, lejt to right: Virginia Boig — Photography; Sharon Doherty — Typing; Carol Homer — Photography.
Third row, left to right: Pauline Hanson — Literary; Kathleen Hammer — Layout; Lincoln Adams — Sports; Absent: Richard Young —
Standing: Harry Merritt — Co-captain, Soccer.
Row two, left to right: Carol Hamer — Co-captain, Field Hockey; Denyce Williams — Captain, Girls Basketball.
Row three; left to right: Joseph' McGuire — Captain, Football; Philip Harlow — Co-captain, Soccer; David Marsden — Co-captain, Boys
Basketball; Lincoln Adams— Co-captain, Boys Basketball; Absent: Ralph Cluff — Co-captain, Boys Basketball.
In sports, as in academics, we made decisions as to which path to
take. There were long, time-consuming, thoughts off the field or court,
and split-second decisions in games. Such judgments required strategic
thoughts or spontaneous reflexes. Though perhaps these fields of sport
were unalike in how they were arrived at, they led us to the same ulti-
mate ends: the happiness of victory or the disappointment of defeat.
Row 1, left to right: Judith Bradeen, Cynthia Jevne, Deborah Wadsworth, Christine Apostol. Row 2, left to right: Georganne
Cronin, Carolyn Johnson, Kathleen McElwee.
Front row, left to right: Leslie Harlow, Karen Mac Kenzie, Eileen Carew. Standing, left to right: Kathleen Marsh, Gail Bodine, Jeanne
Scanlon, Janet Palli, Elizabeth Hallaren.
top row, lejt to right: Coach Gardner, George Farrar, James Keaveny, Dana Shaw, James Long, William Power, Brian Suzan,
Robert Lloyd, Dane Axon, Coach Shannon. Middle row, lejt to right: Carol Pels (manager), Stephen Haynes, David Kirby, Karl
Whitcher, Thomas King, Thomas MacKenzie, David Workman, William Peterson, Richard Gay, William Murray, Denyce Williams
(manager). Coach Kassatly. Bottom row, lejt to right: Allen Ben ting (manager), Eric Redding, John Barry, James Casella, Guy
Capilli, David Bodine, David Barnecott, John Beach, David Marsden, Stephen Wilson, Lawrence Garrett, Christopher Rankin,
Top row, lejt to right: John Barnecott, Donald Stoddard, David Workman, William Harvey, Paul Fallon, Christopher Edmonds, Garen
Suzan, Carl Walther, Coach Shannon. Bottom row, lejt to right: John Arnold, Douglas Marsden, Stephen Haskell, Bradford Allen,
Philip Curtin, George Bauer, John Spears, Nicholas Brooks, Robert McGuire.
Top row, left to right: William Peterson, Guy Capilli, John Beach, Lawrence Garrett. Middle row, left to right: James Casella,
David Marsden, David Bodine. Prone: John Barry
The Clipper football squad, although faring poorly in the
standings, gained valuable experience in interscholastic com-
petition. The team, in its maiden varsity voyage, played in-
spired ball under the navigation of Coach Gardner and his
crew. Despite rough sailing against the league giants and
a number of injuries, the Clippers battled back in a solid
Thanksgiving Day showing against Hanover. A nucleus of
veteran players returning next year will brighten Norwell's
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Front row, left to right: Robert Spears, Stephen Bailow, Del Benzaquin, Paul Gunn, Philip Harlow, Harry Merritt, Fredrick Baker,
Calvin Pierce, Albert Cavanagh, Benjamin Fuller, Stephen Hammer. Top row, left to right: John Stilgoe: Manager, Randall Prouty,
Joseph Nucci, Steven Fitzgerald, Kimball Pierce, James Burrows, Peter Golemme, Bruce Reekie, Coach Dixon.
This year the Clipper
Soccer Team was unable
to better last year's record
of only one win. Despite
this, the Clippers played
many hard defensive
games. The team's defense
was one of the best in the
league, and the entire
squad put its heart into the
games, losing a number of
one point decisions. The
one victory came over Vo-
Tech in an exciting all
team effort. The season
was fittingly climaxed by
the naming of Al Cava-
nagh, Steve Bailow, and
Harry Merritt to the South
Shore Soccer All Star's sec-
Coach Dixon and Co-Captain Phil Harlow talk to the squad.
Forward Calvin Pierce dribbles up field.
Co-Captain Harry Merritt clears a scoring effort.
Sealed, left to right: Robert Schneider, Roger Reekie, John Schneider. Standing, left to right: Coach Marshman, Steven Smith, Frank
Carlson, Mark Allen.
A young cross country team, under the leader-
ship of Mr. Marshman for the first time, had its
best season since I96I. The squad finished with
an impressive 2 and 6 season. Despite the pour-
ing rain at Hanover, Norwell finished just 1
point out of fourth place in the league, with sen-
iors Line Adams and Ralph Cluff finishing 3rd
and 15 th respectively.
Senior Scorers, Ralph Cluff and Line Adams.
Kneeling, left to right: Richard Forti, Steven Forti. Standing, left to right: Mi. Kassatly, Donald Yetman, James Fitzgerald, William
Peterson, Nicholas Brooks.
Under Mr. Kassatly's direction, the wrestling team undertook a season of increased
activity. The boys practiced rigorously and took part in matches. Thanks to this group
of "mat mashers", Norwell now has wrestling firmly established in its sports program.
Row 1, left to right: Stephen Wilson, Henry Sirignano, Brian Suzan, Thomas MacKenzie, David Kirby, Coach Arthiu Axon.
Row 2, left to right: Lawrence Garrett, Donald Newton, Lincoln Adams, Ralph Cluff, David Marsden, John Edmonds.
Row 1, left to right: Coach Osgood, Dane Axon, Frank Carlson, Joseph Nucci, Charles Morgan. Row 2, left to right: Stephen
Bailow, William Power, Robert Lloyd, Mark Allen, Kimball Pierce.
Row 1, left to right: Coach Shannon, Christopher Edmonds, John Barnecott, Charles Bailow, John Spears, Row 2, left to right:
Garen Suzan, Douglas Marsden, Bradford Allen, David Workman, Donald Stoddard.
Norwell 85 Vo Tech 45
Norwell . . . . 6l Sacred Heart .... 24
Norwell. . . .65 Duxbury 47
Norwell .... 49 West Bridgewater .53
Norwell .... 76 Cohasset 41
Norwell 53 Holbrook 52
Norwell .... 83 Avon 42
Norwell.... 45 Hull 43
Norwell. ... 58 Apponequet 57
Norwell 98 Vo Tech 41
Norwell. . . .63 East Bridgewater . .61
Norwell 50 Sacred Heart 30
Norwell .... 44 Marshfield 56
Norwell. . . .48 Duxbury 46
Norwell. .. .51 West Bridgewater .53
Norwell .... 63 Hanover 51
Norwell .... 86 Cohasset 6l
Norwell 78 Avon 49
Total: won lost
League Playoff Scores
Norwell 58 Marshfield 75
Tech Tourney Scores
Front row, left to right: Harry Merritt — Timer, Varsity; Karen Lowe — Timer,
J.V. Gail Raymond — Scorer, J.V.; Linda Sewell — Scorer, Varsity; Lisa Ludlow.
For the second time in five years the Clippers qualified for the Tech
Tournament. With a nucleus of six seniors, the squad roUed-up an
impressive 15 and 3 record. The Clippers were in contention for the
Division Championship up until the last game of the season. The close
of the season saw the team finish strong to capture a well earned 2nd
place in the Western Division behind undefeated Westies.
The Junior Varsity and Freshman squads also planted their feet well
in the league standings.
Top row, left to right: Coach Axon, Mark Allen, William Peterson, William Power, John Edmonds, Paul Gunn, Philip Tyler,
Roger Reekie. Seated, left to right: William Thompson, John Barry, John Beach, Frederick Baker, Joseph Golemme, Dane Axon.
Paul clears another.
The Clipper Track Squad, paced by outstanding indi-
vidual performances, sprinted to second place in the
Western Division behind Cohasset. Norwell's trackmen,
led by Coach Axon and assistant coach, Mr. Scott, de-
veloped a solid core of hurdlers, distance runners, and
Top row, lejt to right: Coach Gardner, Peter Robbins, Jonathan Cranton, David Marsden, 'Thomas MacKenzie, Peter Silvia, Mark
Stoddard, Doris Yetman (manager), Richard Splaine (manager). Seated, left to right: James Keaveney, James Casella, Ronald Gay,
Paul Sabel, Ralph Cluff, John Lynes, Guy Capilli, Walter Gostafson.
Top row, left to right: Coach Kassatly, Donald Whiting, Thomas King, David Mayers, Charles Morgan, Linda Hussey (manager),
Christine Lynes (manager), Thomas Tolman, Frank Carlson, David Philcrantz, David Kirby, Henry Sirignano. left to right:
Richard Gay, James Long, John Lewin, David Barnecott, Brian Suzan, Stephen Bailow, Frank DeFabio, Michael Scanlon.
Standing, left to right: Coach Scheller, Susan Sinclair, (manager), Jean Scanlon, Gail Hanson, Mary Sherman,. Deborah Mathews,
Janet Palli, Janice Sibbald, Gail Raymond, Nancy Axon. Sitting, left to right: Susan Aspelund, Bonnie Campbell, Mary Peterson,
Carol Pels, Carolyn Johnson, Judith Reardon, Kathleen Scanlon, Carol Hamer, Jacquelyn Paradis, Claudia Joseph, Caroline Ander-
son, Marie McElwee, Linda Sewell.
Standing, left to right: Coach Detwilda, Elizabeth Hallaren, Karen Lowe, Christine Lynes, Claire Macdonald, Ann Lindsay, Deb-
orah Lynsky, Kathy Young, Patricia Barry, Susan Spears, Christine Pizzella, Janice Pollock. Sitting, left to right: Betsy Campbell,
Kathryn DeCosta, Barbara Hamer, Renda Gunn, Patricia Griffin, Leslie Harlow, Patricia Hammer, Elizabeth Ludlow, Denise Dwelley,
Gail Sherman, Carolyn Pierce, Carolyn Visser, Michele Wilder.
Where's the goalie?
Front row, left to right: Deborah Mathews, Janice Pollock, Carol Pels, Claudia Joseph, Suzanne Jevne, Christine Lynes. Back row,
left to right: Jacquelyn Paradis, Carol Hamer, Barbara Greenwood, Denyce Williams, (Captain), Susan Aspelund, Mary Sherman,
Front row, left to right: Gail Sherman, Patricia Miccichi, Patty Hammer, Ann Lindsay, Karen Speirs, Deborah Piccini, Ann Richard-
son. Back row, left to right: Elizabeth Martin, Kathleen Ryan, Linda Carr, Claire MacDonald, Carolyn Visser, Denise Dwelley, Mrs.
Front row, left to right: Barbara Greenwood, Susan Aspelund, Virginia Boig, Marcie Zottoli, Carolyn Pike, Suzanne Fullerton, Rosina
Hight, Elizabeth Martin. Back row, left to right: Janet Palli, Ann Lindsay, Kathryn DeCoste, Deborah Stone, Inez Murphy, Lynda
Sirignano, Nancy Axon, Deborah Mathews, Elizabeth Hallaren, Janice Sibbald, Susan Spears, Linda Harkness.
The girls' softball team played with great enthusiasm
"If they hit this one I'll scream!" "I know the ball has to get here soon."
NATIONAL ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP
Left to fight: John Beach, Lincoln Adams, Harry Merritt.
The National Athletic Scholarship Society is an organization formed to recognize
boys who have exhibited athletic ability along with good sportsmanship and academic
excellence. To be eligible the boy must be a junior or senior who has a cumulative
scholastic average of 80% and who has earned at least one varsity letter.
Front row, left to right: Jean Scanlon, Catherine Cronin, Kathryn Hall, Deborah Wadsworth, Karen MacKenzie, Nancy Axon, (Vice
President) Karen Lowe, (Secretary) Linda Sewell (President) Ann Lindsay, (Treasurer) Helen Albert, Janet Wamsley, Kathleen
Laver)', Leslie Harlow, Kerry Ewart, Mrs. Knapp. Middle row, left to right: Janet Paili, Deborah Matthews, Janet Bradeen, Cynthia
Jevne, Charlene Lovell, Cheryl MuUey, Carolyn Johnson, Christine Lynes, Susan Kolbjornsen, Joanne Mayers, Charlene Wade, Eliza-
beth Hallaren, Carol Martin, Carol Pels, Gail Bodine. Top row, left to right: Judith Bradeen, Christine Apostol, Carol Hussey, Mary
Sherman, Janice Pollock, Nancy Worrall, Carolyn Pike, Elizabeth Armstrong, Elizabeth Martin, Kathleen McElwee, Barbara Green-
wood, Claudia Joseph, Gail Raymond, Mary Andrews.
The Pep Club, striving
to increase school spirit by
uniting to support the
teams effort at games,
sponsored a number of pep
rallies for both football
and basketball games. They
also sold Norwell buttons
to help promote school
"Come on Boys!"
The Class of 1967 is deeply indebted to those who wtronized our book and made
this printing possible. Without this co-operation we v ould not have been able to pre-
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